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November 2003

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November Oak  In front of our house, a majestic oak tree of over 100 years of age dominates the scene. With its changing seasonal appearance, it accompanies us through the year. In November, when its leaves begin to fall, the wonderful structure of its branches becomes more apparent than ever. In the coming months, I will occasionally offer a picture that shows the way our oak tree adapts to the seasons.

To highlight the fine structure of this magnificent tree, I have added a negative of the picture; it appears when you roll your mouse over the picture.

Picture data  Digital photograph, shutter speed 1/125 seconds, aperture f/3.2, ISO 50, focal length 11.44 mm (equivalent to 51.3 mm with a conventional 35 mm camera). Original resolution 2272 x 1704 pixels; current resolution 651 x 478 pixels, compressed to 105 KB.


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November, 2003

November 2003 - November oak (roll over)

 November Oak (roll over)

November, n. The eleventh twelfth of a weariness.

Ambrose Bierce (The Devil's Dictionary, 1911)


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Last updated 17 May 2010 layout) and 7 July 2008 (picture); first published 2 Nov 2003.


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